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One of the largest staffing firms in Sweden, Academic Work, has won a two-year contract with the Swedish government. The recruiter is one of a selected few to deliver staffing services to the government across Sweden.
“We are both happy and proud that we stand as one of the big winners in this agreement with the Swedish government. Our ambitions are huge and we are convinced that the new agreement will lead to many exciting co-operations with Swedish authorities in the coming years,” said Carolina Hemmingsson, managing director at Academic Work, in a statement to Staffing Industry Analysts.
The agreement allows the staffing company to supply recruitment solutions to governmental authorities and other bodies affiliated with the government. The agreement covers the areas of office administration, finance, human resources and IT.
“In meetings with people from the public sector we have understood that they have challenges with their coming generational shifts. Therefore, we want to be the resource that authorities can turn to for short-term needs but also for help with their strategic supply of competence,” said Michelle Borin, business area manager for the public sector at Academic Work.
The agreement is valid for two years and may be extended for another two at the end of the contract.